In 1979, the BBC produced this interesting documentary for television (apparently filmed in the BBC’s Radiophonic Workshop) that traces the evolution of recorded music, the interplay between people and technology, and the desire to overcome the limitations of existing instrumentation. Hat tip to Dave Gilbert aka Doc Gotham.
The Clique were a 1960s Texas band. “Sugar on Sunday” is a cover of a Tommy James song and reached the Top 40. The B-side for “Sugar on Sunday” is “Superman,” which was later covered by REM. Their last performance was in 1972, according to the Houston Chronicle Blog Handstamp
The Clique in the ’70s: Jerry Cope, from left, Sid Templeton, Randy Shaw, Oscar Houchins, Tommy Pena and David Dunham.